WASHINGTON (QWERTY NEWS) -- Congress is incapable of stopping last week's split-second decision to send 21,000 more troops to Iraq, President Bush said recently in an interview.
"It's impossible," Bush said in the interview. "I'm the plan man and it's my plan. If they don't want to pay for my whimsy then I'll point my finger at them when this whole thing goes jimmy up. It's perfect," the president said.
Some Democrats have called on Congress to require Bush be sat in a corner in the White House and rethink his new strategy in what they are calling a "Congressional Time Out."
When asked if he believes that he can order troops to Iraq despite congressional opposition, Bush said, "You betcha."
When a follow up question asked if he believes in unicorns he said, "You betcha."
Bush stated that the idea for sending more troops occurred to him while riding in an elevator while taking a tour of an undisclosed location. "There was some song playing on the speaker system. I don't know which one. I was humming along and then bang, I got the idea. Rain down troops upon the enemy," Bush said.
When asked where the 21,000 troops were going to come from with the military falling far below recruiting expectations Bush expressed excitement. "I watched this documentary on our Star Wars defense program. It was created by our second greatest president, next to me, Ronald Ray-gun. You see we've got thousands of clone troopers just waiting to be deployed. I've seen some of them boys in action. Impressive. Most impressive. I didn't order them, but now that we've got them, I'll use them," Bush is quoted as saying.
Bush has been criticized by the media for confusing the film Star Wars, by independent film director George Lucas, with a documentary. The interview concluded with Bush walking away, swinging his arms through the air as if he held a sword, making lightsaber sound effects.